In response to several complaints about coyotes running and roaming in the land between Woods Estates and Deerbrook, the City has authorized River Valley Wildlife to set up snares and capture the animals.
Several projects will be completed in the coming months to make the Mississippi River Trail a safer and more enjoyable route for bikers and address privacy and traffic safety concerns expressed in prior years by the residents of Havens Acres.
The computer network, hardware and internet connection at City Hall were all upgraded last week as part of a planned improvement to the City’s capabilities.
The rehabilitation of some of the streets in the Havens Acres neighborhood gets underway this week when Brandt Construction begins doing work “behind the curb” to prepare driveway entrances for affected residents. Heavy road construction is currently slated to begin in June.
The greenspace consultant hired by the City to conduct the year-long invasive plants audit and landscaping contract is in Riverdale this week, beginning to work on re-shaping many of our public spaces.
The City of Riverdale and Republic Services work out a solution for the collection of bulky waste in lieu of a city-wide cleanup (previously scheduled for April 18) and yard waste collection for the duration of the service interruption related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Mayor Mike Bawden extended the closure of the community room at City Hall and ordered the city parks closed for the month of April based on advice from state and local health officials related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Heavy rains Friday night created some flash floods where Riverdale has never seen them before, resulting in flooded basements and mud flows clogging intersections along State Street. Here’s a rundown of what happened and how we’re recovering.
After this weekend’s storms, Mayor Mike Bawden wonders what’s next for Riverdale, who in three months, has had to weather a significant number of crises – both big and small.
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Bulky waste and yard waste pick-up has been suspended for the foreseeable future by Republic Services – which means the Citywide Cleanup scheduled for the week of April 13th has been delayed (among other things).
Scott County offers mental health services for those having problems coping with stress as a result from additional emotional pressures associated with COVID-19 and social distancing.